I ended last week on a nice note with beautiful Christmas music.
So now here’s my list of TERRIBLE Christmas music! It’s a great list to have if you want to get rid of holiday guests.
Most years, I share my list of horrible Christmas music, but today, I’m sharing some Swedish Christmas music that’s actually very nice!
So if you have Spotify, and would like some very beautiful Christmas music, check out my list:
My son was sick last week with a bad cough and fever. After giving him some cough medicine and tea, I told him to rest. I then put on some music for him to relax. Unfortunately, the Horrible Histories album was already cued and when I hit the power button, the radio blared, “Bring out your dead! Bring out your dead!”
I spent the next few minutes assuring my son that he did not have the plague.
Today is everyone’s first day back to school after Easter break. I had to haul depressed kids to the kitchen table for breakfast. Then, in typical Monday fashion, we all missed the bus so we had to walk 10 minutes to the subway. Or, as my 7-yr old said, “It’s a mile to the subway and I don’t have any muscles in my legs!”
Upon arriving at the completely packed subway, the doors shut on my husband and youngest son. Did I mention it’s also drizzling and gray this morning?
We tried to tell the kids that Mondays are hard for everyone. People even write songs about it! Manic Monday, Monday Monday, Blue Monday, and of course the one my husband chose to play for the children – “I Don’t Like Mondays.” Nice idea if it weren’t about a girl who hates Mondays so much that she shoots everybody. Maybe not the best message for the kids?
This led to a discussion about which day of the week has the most songs written about it. Our conclusion was that it might be between Monday and Saturday (possibly Friday). After searching around, I think Monday is winning. Sad songs sell better than happy ones I guess. Am I wrong? Maybe there are a whole slew of songs about Tuesday I’m not aware of.
Sitting at work and listening to “The Best of Bo Diddley.” Seven songs on this album are ABOUT Bo Diddley. There just aren’t enough artists singing songs about how great they are anymore.
My favorite – “Bo and the Monster.”